So you do, but not in the right place.
Originally Posted by indecks
Edit: I replied too soon, not having seen that others had already pointed out this mistake,
but I'll leave my post unchanged anyway, as I think it goes a little further in clarifying this stuff for other beginners with multiMAN.
(And also because it gives an example of more appropriate behavior in these forums, than the other replies did.)
All lines that start with a '#' character are mere comments, like the lines you show as containing:
Those codes are both just documentation comments intended to show you how to use the values, but the real line where the 'fullpng' variable is set is much further down in the '.ini' file, in a variable setting section normally looking like this:
# fullpng=4 (0 - original mode / 1 - PIC1.PNG as full background / 2 - ICON0+PIC1.PNG
# 3 - Custom BG + PIC1.PNG mode, 4 - SLIDE/Coverflow style, 5 - File manager)
Here as you can see there is NO '#' character at the start of most lines, so it is the values in those lines that are truly assigned to the variables, unlike the values shown in the comment sections near the top of the file (where you mistakenly attempted to adjust the 'fullpng' variable's value).
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So if you edit the values in the lower sections of the file it should work better for you...
Best regards: dlanor